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Sarah Burges Watson – Tragedy or Transcendence? Plato and Aeschylus on the Myth of Orpheus

Le Séminaire interuniversitaire montréalais en histoire de philosophie est très heureux de présenter

Sarah Burges Watson (McGill University)
"Tragedy or Transcendence? Plato and Aeschylus on the Myth of Orpheus"

La rencontre se tiendra le 29 mars 18h-20h au département de philosophie à McGill, salle 927. Il n’y aura pas d’essai joint pour cette rencontre

Pour plus d’informations, veuillez contacter:
Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)               Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca) (en sabbatique, 2009-10)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)
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The Montreal Inuversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy is pleased to present:

Sarah Burges Watson (McGill University)
"Tragedy or Transcendence? Plato and Aeschylus on the Myth of Orpheus"

The meeting will take place on March 29, 6-8PM at the Department of Philosophy of McGill, Room 927.

There will be no paper for this talk.

For more information, please contact:
Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)
Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca) (en sabbatique, 2009-10)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)

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